A320 is a family of narrow-body airliners produced by Airbus. Introduced in the year 2016 with Lufthansa, it is now used by Indigo, easy jet, frontier airlines etc..This Mach 0.78 cruiser can climb upto 598mph with a maximum of 190 passengers onboard.
There are eleven A320neo routes where each one spans over 3,000 miles. The longest among these is the Moscow Domodedovo to Blagoveschensk, passing through the Chinese border, which is nearly 3,500 miles apart with a block time of up to 8.5 hours.
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According to OAG data, there are some 269,000 non-stop flights scheduled to be flown by the A320neo between January 25th and May 31st. The average sector length is about 1506 Km (936 miles). This is about 16% longer than a standard A320ceo, the world’s most-used aircraft type.
The A320neo is 15% more fuel efficient than A320 ceo making longer distances possible. Although eleven of those routes at airport level are over 3000 miles, A320neo takes three other routes that accounts to a total fourteen 3000+ mile routes.